Alleged pictures of a 3-year-old foldable Samsung Galaxy phone prototype recently appeared online. And let's just say we're glad it stayed a prototype.
The pictures were posted on Twitter by MMDJ, who has in the past. He claims that the device is a canceled Samsung Project V prototype. Project V (aka Project Valley) was reportedly Samsung's attempt to create a dual-screen folding phone, according to SamMobile. The project dates back to 2015.
The device looks clunky and chunky and resembles two early 2010-era Samsung Galaxy phones glued together. It looks a lot like the, another thick foldable phone that uses two screens connected by a hinge.
Samsung has been working on its foldable phone concept, and it looks like ( ). But if and when the folding phone is unveiled, it's unlikely it'll look like this prototype.
More recent rumors claim that Samsung's folding phone may, not two rigid screens connected by a hinge like this monstrosity. There's also a chance that it'll use a design more like the or with a big screen and thin bezels.
Samsung didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.